Sentence List: Sports

I like to ice skate on our pond.
OUR P-O-N-D ICE SKATE I LIKE.

I like to be active and not sit and watch TV all day.
ALL DAY I LIKE ACTIVE NOT SIT WATCH #TV.

Did you see the movie about the life of Kitty O’Neil, a deaf stuntwoman and racer?
YOU FINISH SEE MOVIE ABOUT DEAF WOMAN HERSELF FAMOUS S-T-U-N-T WOMAN AND CAR RACER. HER NAME K-I-T-T-Y O’-N-E-I-L.

Do you like to watch baseball?
BASEBALL WATCH YOU LIKE?

My brother is thin because he exercises everyday.
MY BROTHER THIN WHY? (because) EXERCISE EVERYDAY.

I like to watch college football games.
COLLEGE FOOTBALL GAMES WATCH I LIKE.

William “Dummy” Hoy was a Deaf Major League Baseball player and some say he helped establish the baseball signals for safe and out calls.
W-I-L-L-I-A-M QUOTE “D-U-M-M-Y” H-O-Y HIMSELF FAMOUS DEAF BASEBALL PLAYER HE HELP SETUP BASEBALL S-I-G-N-A-L-S SAFE OUT.

I wanted to buy a ticket for the game but they had none left.
BUY TICKET FOR GAME I WANT BUT NONE LEFT.

Kenny Walker is deaf and played football in the NFL for the Denver Broncos.
K-E-N-N-Y W-A-L-K-E-R HE DEAF HE PLAY FOOTBALL N-F-L WHICH TEAM? D-E-N-V-E-R B-R-O-N-C-O-S .

I roller skated a lot when I was young.
WHEN I YOUNG I ROLLER SKATED A LOT.

I love watching sports every Saturday.
EVERY SATURDAY S-P-O-R-T-S WATCH I LOVE.

My favorite time to swim is 8 in the morning.
MY FAVORITE TIME SWIM WHEN? 8 MORNING.

We have to practice together for our dance competition.
OUR DANCE COMPETITION PRACTICE TOGETHER WE SHOULD.

I like to drink a big glass of milk after exercising.
FINISH EXERCISE MILK BIG GLASS DRINK I LIKE.

I am taking a yoga class on Monday.
MONDAY YOGA CLASS ME TAKE-UP.

I plan to ski in the winter.
WINTER SKI I PLAN.

I am looking forward to summer because I can ride my bike.
SUMMER I LOOK-FORWARD WHY? RIDE-BIKE.

My daughter takes dance lessons every Saturday morning.
EVERY SATURDAY MORNING DANCE LESSONS MY DAUGHTER TAKE.

I am terrible at archery.
ARCHERY ME TERRIBLE.

The soccer team lost, but they still had a good attitude.
SOCCER TEAM ALL-OF-THEM LOST DOESN’T MATTER STILL GOOD ATTITUDE.

My friends and I had fun at the baseball game.
BASEBALL GAME MY FRIENDS AND I HAD #FUN.

My father plays golf every morning.
EVERY MORNING MY FATHER PLAY GOLF.

I always eat hot dogs at baseball games.
BASEBALL GAMES HOT DOGS I ALWAYS EAT.

Terence Parkin is a deaf swimmer from South Africa. He won the silver medal in the Olympics in 2000.
T-E-R-E-N-C-E P-A-R-K-I-N HIMSELF FAMOUS DEAF SWIMMER FROM SOUTH AFRICA. 2000 OLYMPICS SILVER MEDAL HE WON.

I have committed myself to training for the Boston Marathon.
BOSTON M-A-R-A-T-H-O-N TRAIN I COMMIT.

Jeff Float is a deaf American swimmer who won a gold medal at the 1984 Olympics.
J-E-F-F F-L-O-A-T HIMSELF AMERICAN DEAF SWIMMER 1984 OLYMPICS GOLD MEDAL HE WON.

I'm excited I bought a new bike.
ME EXCITED WHY? NEW BIKE I BOUGHT.

The coach complimented his players for working hard.
PLAYERS ALL-OF-THEM THEIR COACH COMPLIMENT WHY? WORK HARD.

Meb is a fast runner.
FAST RUNNER WHO? M-E-B .

You need to go hunt for your running shoes.
YOUR RUNNING SHOES LOOK-FOR (hunt) NEED YOU.

Matt Hamill is a Deaf wrestler. He won three NCAA National Championships, a silver and gold medal in the Deaflympics, and there is a movie about his life called “The Hammer.”
M-A-T-T H-A-M-I-L-L HIMSELF DEAF WRESTLER. HE EXTENSIVE-LIST ACCOMPLISHMENTS 1 THREE N-C-A-A NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS, 2 HE WON 1 SILVER MEDAL 1 GOLD MEDAL DEAFLYMPICS, 3 HAVE MOVIE ABOUT HIS LIFE QUOTE “T-H-E H-A-M-M-E-R”.

My daughter can climb a tree like a monkey.
TREE CLIMB SAME-AS MONKEY MY DAUGHTER CAN.

I run 25 miles every week.
EVERY WEEK 25 M-I-L-E-S I RUN.

I was the fourth person chosen for the soccer team.
SOCCER TEAM ME FOURTH PERSON CHOSEN.

I am the vice president of my tennis club.
MY TENNIS C-L-U-B I VICE PRESIDENT.

I made a pledge to my family to exercise more.
MY FAMILY PLEDGE ME WHAT? EXERCISE MORE WILL ME.

My sister is such an amazing athlete, she plays soccer and basketball.
MY SISTER AMAZING ATHLETE SOCCER BASKETBALL SHE PLAYS.

What tool do I need to fix the bike seat?
BIKE SEAT #FIX WHICH T-O-O-L I NEED?

My brother fell off his skateboard and broke his wrist.
SKATEBOARD MY BROTHER FALL WRIST BROKE.

I play tennis every Friday with 3 women.
EVERY FRIDAY TENNIS I PLAY WITH 3 WOMEN.

The coach encouraged me to join the basketball team.
BASKETBALL TEAM COACH ENCOURAGED ME JOIN.

Your team lost, get over it!
YOUR TEAM LOST GET OVER IT!

I was a high school cheerleader for 4 years.
4 YEARS HIGH SCHOOL CHEERLEADER I.

Ashley Fiolek is a Deaf Motocross Racer. She started motorcycling when she was three years old. She won four Woman Motocross Championships in 2008, 2009, 2011, 2012. She is now retired.
A-S-H-L-E-Y F-I-O-L-E-K SHE DEAF M-O-T-O-C-R-O-S-S MOTORCYCLE RACER. SHE OLD THREE STARTED MOTORCYCLING. GROW-UP WON FOUR WOMEN M-O-T-O-C-R-O-S-S CHAMPIONSHIPS LIST 2008, 2009, 2011, 2012. NOW RETIRED.

Curtis Pride is deaf and was a baseball player. He played for many teams, such as the Detroit Tigers, Atlanta Braves, and New York Yankees. He is currently the coach for the Gallaudet University baseball team.
C-U-R-T-I-S P-R-I-D-E HIMSELF DEAF BASEBALL PLAYER. HE USED-TO PLAY DIFFERENT TEAMS 1 DETROIT T-I-G-E-R-S , 2 ATLANTA B-R-A-V-E-S , 3 NEW YORK Y-A-N-K-E-E-S . NOW HE COACH GALLAUDET UNIVERSITY BASEBALL TEAM.

Do you want to join our bowling league?
OUR BOWLING L-E-A-G-U-E JOIN YOU WANT?

Shelley Beattie was a deaf professional weightlifter who became famous after being on the TV show American Gladiators.
S-H-E-L-L-E-Y B-E-A-T-T-I-E HERSELF DEAF P-R-O WEIGHTLIFTER. SHE BECAME FAMOUS WHY? SHE INVOLVED #TV PROGRAM AMERICAN G-L-A-D-I-A-T-O-R-S .

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